Where is the fuse box for the radio?
Fuss box for the radio
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Answer . \ni had a 93 SL1, and the fuse panel wuz on the passenger side of the radio unit.... i had to pull off one of the side panels to get to it... it should be right b…eside the shifter
Answer . \nwell depending on the make and model...i would start by checking all around the dash board...under it, open both driver and passenger side doors and check the s…ides of your dash. Sometimes they are in your glovebox( older cars mostly), and if that all fails look under your hood. You could always look in your owners manual as well.
Answer . The fusebox for the Jetta is on the left side of the dashboard. Fuse #42 is for the radio, radio also has fuses of its own on the back of the radio itself.
Answer . On the side of the dash on the driver's side. It's covered by the driver's side door when the door is closed. Open the driver's door and you'll see a hatch that ca…n be opened with a screwdriver or key tip.
in engine compartment on driver side, lift up black lid.
It's a wild, shot in the dark, but I'd guess the one marked 'RADIO'. However........the fuse for the courtesy lights can also kill a radio. At least it does on my '88 Celebrit…y Wagon.
The fuse box is always somewhere near the dash. (On some newer cars, it is under the hood and not inside the vehicle.) Look up under the dash near the ashtray. Open the ashtra…y and open the glovebox compartment. It's usually a plain, black plastic box probably with a cover. It looks rather innoculous/ blends in. Try to flip anything that could be a cover. There should be a bundle of wires harnessed together leading to the back of it. It's usually in the middle, but it could be to either side. There are about 20 fuses inside, and one is labeled radio.
This is best left for a mechanic. They will be able to get it fixedup and avoid any problems.
Check owner's manual.. If you don't have one copy and paste link below;. www.fleet.ford.com/maintenance/owners_manuals . Look under fuses. . While your there looks at this… below; . 7 5A* Radio (start signal). 31 20A* Radio power
You will find that in your owners manual.
It's in the glove compartment. Turn two knobs at the back torelease the panel.
The one that's marked "Radio"
i thin it is #22 but what year is the metro
I have a 2003 Mercury sable and have the owners manual and cant seem to find where the fuse is located in the fuse panel. I doesnt even list a fuse for the radio in the owners… manual and I know it has to have one. I would appreciate any help or suggestions I could get in this matter. Thanks.
the answer to this question is an obvious yes ------------------------ Answers to questions like this are not always obvious. I am not a mechanic, but I am sure there is …a fuse in the fuse box that protects the wiring to the radio. But there may also be an inline fuse anywhere from there to where the wire enters the radio. A fuse of this sort would very often, if it exists, be found quite close to the radio or associated equipment (if any exists). I would proceed by removing the radio to see if there is an inline fuse behind it. If everything is factory, a detailed vehicle wiring diagram will show whether a fuse was part of the original assembly. But this wiring diagram can be rather complicated to understand even to experienced electricians. == Sparkfighter
Look for "ACC" (accesory)
Sometimes there is.